Play is under way within Covid-19 restrictions.
Some top performances from local riders.
Tribute paid to top north player who passed away last month
Riders came from across the north to return to action at the Moray club.
The latest part of Ronald Gordon's look back over nine decades of indoor bowling in his local league.
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RONALD Gordon’s history of his local bowling league – which is celebrating its 90th year – shines a light on the eighties era.
The former Wimbledon champs and multiple Grand Slam winners will draw a capacity crowd to the north-east.
But no news about senior sport or fans allowed into stadiums.
Covid-19 restrictions lead to tour missing out the Granite City this April.
Between them, Ian Milne (Miltonduff) and Ian Williamson (Urquhart) claimed a huge haul of individual and team honours in the decade.
The bowling carpets of Moray remain empty but Ronald Gordon's history of his local Association has rekindled great memories.